Bikeable reality and natural creativity

This Friday we’re highlighting compelling work in the built environment, from Arup and beyond.

1. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition talks bridging the Bay Bridge bike path gap from West Oakland to the edge of San Francisco.

2. The New York Times profiles Amazon’s construction of several buildings arrayed around high-tech greenhouse spheres, as well as the company’s commitment to creativity-conducive spaces.

3. The Los Angeles Times, to mark the 60th anniversary of the interstate highway system, published design prototypes that transform stretches of the L.A. County Freeway.

4. Curbed asks why aliens (and asteroids and ghosts) hate architecture as Independence Day-type extraterrestrial enemy laser beams demolish our most architecturally significant buildings.

5. Arup’s Fiona Cousins spoke to CIBSE on how engineers have the tools and the skills to save the world.

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